Stranger Things 2 Tease Has Old-School Commercials & Mysteries Galore! [VIDEO]

Netflix has released yet another tease for Stranger Things 2. This comes off of nearly a full month of constant marketing for the upcoming season of television, and is in the form of a series of television clips.

As fans of the show already know, it takes great pleasure in paying homage to the ‘80s, and that trend continues in this latest tease. In it, we get to see some old-school commercials gracing an old-school dial TV. We see a commercial for the arcade shown in the trailers for season 2, as well as some choice commercials, including that of the original Terminator flick.

Also key here is the local news report that clicks on about halfway through. As is hinted at in some of the posters for the show, citizens of Hawkins are having one hell of a time keeping their pumpkins fresh. But why is that?

Finally, at the tail end, we see a cable access-type commercial explaining the concept of fear. In it, we see the boys’ teacher as well as Will Byers. It’s unclear if this is supposed to be seen as a school-made project that Will was acting in, or if this fear is supposed to be indicative of Will’s mental state this upcoming season.

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SOURCE: Netflix

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